28 Jan The best roast chicken you have ever tasted
Welcome back to Sandtondiet and this week’s recipe which is the best roast chicken you have ever tasted!
Sometimes the best things in life are the simple things. This whole roast chicken is one of those. The chicken is beautifully cooked and has perfectly crispy skin. This whole roast chicken is an absolute crowd pleaser.
This chicken is first moistened with a bit of oil. The next step is to add two perfectly matched spiced blends to the chicken. The result is the best roast chicken that you have ever tasted.
The beauty of this recipe is in its simplicity. The basic spices allow you to truly taste the chicken. The cooking method is also basic by nature. But this quick, easy and uncomplicated preparation results in a perfectly cooked, delectable whole roast chicken.
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The best roast chicken you have ever tasted
1 x whole chicken, spatchcock
2 tsp canola oil
1 ½ Tbsp chicken spice blend
1 ½ Tbsp BBQ spice blend
- Lay the chicken down, cavity facing the bottom of the dish and the backbone facing upwards, in an oven-proof baking dish
- Drizzle two teaspoons of the oil onto the chicken and season the chicken with one tablespoon of chicken spice and one tablespoon of BBQ spice
- Place the chicken into an oven that has been pre-heated to 180C and roast for about 40 minutes
- Remove the dish from the oven and turn the chicken over
- Drizzle the chicken with the remaining oil and season the inside of the chicken with half a tablespoon of chicken spice and half a tablespoon of BBQ seasoning
- Place the chicken back into the oven and cook for a further 30 minutes
- Remove the chicken from the oven once again and turn the chicken over for the last period of cooking
- Cook the chicken for a further 20 minutes or until your chicken is golden brown and crispy (cooking time will depend on the size of your chicken as well as your oven)